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Summary

Lucy Parsons wants absolutely nothing to do with the Westmoore family or the maple syrup they produce. When Sierra Westmoore blows back into town after her father's death and tries to rent a room at Lucy's family's bed-and-breakfast, The Maple Inn, Lucy kicks her out on the spot. It doesn't matter that Sierra hasn't set foot in Maple Run in fifteen years—the Westmoores are not allowed.

But small towns don't leave a lot of room to hide, and Sierra and her brother, Drake, have set their sights on improving the town's opinion of them now that their father is gone.

Lucy doesn't believe any Westmoore could have good intentions, and although she may have to play nice with Sierra, it doesn't mean she's going to like it.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Monica McCallan (P)2022 Tantor

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-06-22

Amazing!!

Once again, I have read an amazing book by this author!! And now I'm going to read this book 3ore times!! Thank you!!

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  • scheliece sankey
  • 01-07-22

I love HEA

I love this story but like the other comment I feel it was a little too short. also Sierra getting mad when she was mentioned SEVERAL TIMES that she was going back to Boston. overall though I love it and I love live love Lori Prince. she makes the characters awesome every time.

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  • Sondra A., Cobb
  • 29-06-22

Great Listen. Wish it had another hour or so...

Lori Prince is one of my favorite narrators, and she did not disappoint. love her voices.
the story was believable and the dialogue was witty. I loved that the main characters didn't get along at first. there were some funny moments and some sexy moments (not overly graphic). Just wish the book had more time. felt like they just really got together then it was quickly the end. Still, good writing, enjoyable characters with no real drama... I'd recommend. who doesn't love to listen to Lori Prince?!!!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 11-06-22

Technically sound, but... spoiler

While Lucy was all sorts of wrong for the first half of the book, I felt like she got a bad rap in the second half.
Sierra gave zero indication of her true feelings, and whenever asked, even in front of friends and family, she clearly stated that she had no intention of staying. We can see/hear her thoughts and feelings to the contrary, but she expresses them to exactly nobody.

Lucy's response was 1000% reasonable. Why ask if she would stay when Sierra had *just* said she wasn't planning on it, then went on to talk about her plans in Boston, which is what she always did when the subject came up? She publicly implied to everyone important to Lucy that she didn't consider Lucy a serious gf, but that casual was good in her book.

Lucy was emotional, but she clearly stated her boundaries and her needs, expressed her feelings honestly, and Sierra continued to withhold her own feelings and desires until she wanted to get in the last word, tears down Lucy for her feelings and imperfect communication, then drops that awful and intentionally hurtful line about staying as she walked out.

Also, I think pretending like she had no connection to her family legacy is BS. Sierra has a responsibility to make amends if she was going to come back and profit from the business that was established by hurting the Parsons. Treating the person her family hurt the most like a booty call and letting her feel like she wasn't worth building a life with is literally the opposite of that.
Sierra was clearly in the wrong for that last fight, and it bothered me so much it kinda detracted from the feel good ending of the story.

Also, why did nobody *tell* Sierra the extent of her father's wrongdoings? The man harrassed Mr. Parsons literally to death but nobody thinks Sierra might need to know that info before she just busts in Lucy's life? They sort of vaguely downplayed it to her and so of course she was being slightly insensitive towards Lucy about it, and constantly making things worse. Her brother wants her to come back, but refuses to fully inform her about the situation, letting her stumble around blindly?

Don't get me started on Hannah and Jill literally sitting back and watching Lucy make a fool of herself when either of them could have explained things to her from the get, particularly Hannah, who was a terrible best friend with all her secrets and then constantly calling Lucy out publicly for laughs. She withheld relevant information from her best friend for what reason? To avoid a hard conversation? When she comes clean, Lucy is shocked, but is supportive basically immediately. They've known each other their whole lives, don't tell me Hannah didn't know Lucy would come around fairly quickly. A real friend would have come clean as soon as she realized she held important and impactful intel that could help, or not kept the secret in the first place.

Lucy was a jerk, yes, but she learned her lesson, apologized, made amends, and did better. She was also always upfront and honest about her thoughts and feelings. Everyone else in the book failed at communicating entirely, and that gets completely ignored and leaves Lucy doing all the emotional labor, constantly apologizing essentially for not reading everyone's mind.

These issues bothered me so much, I couldn't enjoy the story as much as I wanted to. Nobody but Lucy had to take any accountability and that sucked to read/listen to.

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  • Steph M
  • 11-06-22

♥️

Sweet Sapphic HEA. Great characters, fantastic narrator= good book. Just wish it was longer.

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  • Reader
  • 10-06-22

Enemies to lovers

I truly enjoy every book this author writes! This one is one of my favorites. Great character development and story. Just the right amount of tension and romance.